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The average pay for a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) is £29,297 per year.

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£18,740 - £34,869
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Currency: GBP
  • Updated: 13 Feb 2019
  • Individuals Reporting: 16

Job Description for Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC)

Clinical research coordinators (CRC) are in charge of coordinating clinical and administrative tasks in the research process on behalf of their organization. They attend to participants' questions and respond with details related to clinical steps as needed. Clinical research coordinators are responsible for collecting and organizing research data for future analysis, as well as performing appropriate research protocol procedures (such as taking vital signs, collecting and processing blood, and performing other necessary tasks).

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Q: What is it like working as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC)?

Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) in London:
"Great Opportunities That Come With Great Responsibility."
Pros: There is only one aim - Patient's health, everybody from the cleaner to the CEO know that. Environment that promotes education and acquiring on new skills.
Cons: Can be a bit unorganized, old IT systems.

Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) in Guy's Hospital:
"Coordinating Clinical Trials"
Pros: The amazing feeling of contributing to development of new medicines that will cure people in the future. Managing your workload and being part of a team that innovates the way clinical trials are being conducted in order to bring the new drugs to a bigger population of patients. Always supportive managers.
Cons: Not all patients are getting better, which can be depressing. Working for NHS means the priorities are not always where i would put them: slow processes and general disorganisation.

Key Stats for Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC)

1-4 years
53%
5-9 years
29%
10-19 years
6%
20 years or more
12%

Years of Experience

1-4 years
53%
5-9 years
29%
10-19 years
6%
20 years or more
12%

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 9%
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None: 91%